Xu Bingsan, who was awarded the title Associate Professor and Master’s Supervisor, was born in Mei Hekou, Jilin province in 1976. He has been engaged in studying the history of Christianity in China.
Fujian Anglican Communion and the ‘Five-year Endeavor Movement’, collected in Religious Studies, vol.3, 2005.
From the ‘Chinese Recorder’ to See Missionary Activities to China Muslim of Modern West Missionaries, collected in Guizhou Ethnic Studies, vol.3, 2006.
Christianity and Modern Reform of Woman Custom in Fujian Province, collected in Folklore Studies, vol.4, 2006.
Position of Female Christians in the Church from the Perspective of Modern Christianity in Fuzhou, collected in Religious Studies, vol.2, 2007.
The Initial Study of the Japanese Zion's War Obligation, collected in Studies of China’s Resistance War Against Japan, vol.1, 2009.
Indigenization of the Christianity in Northeast China in the early 20th century, collected in Modern Chinese History, vol.1, 2009.
The Position and Strategies of Religious Organizations Under Manchukuo’s Systems, collected in Studies of China’s Resistance War Against Japan, vol.2, 2011.